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Elevating a 17-year veteran of the studio’s music operations, 20th Century Fox Film has named Danielle Diego executive VP of Fox Music, the studio announced today. In her new position, Diego will…
Andy Johns, a longtime music engineer and producer who worked with artists ranging from Led Zeppelin to Television, the Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix, died on Saturday in Los Angeles. He was 61…
Live Nation Entertainment announced its yearly and fourth quarter earnings on Tuesday, boasting an 8% increase in revenue for the year, despite losses due to the departure of executive chairman…
After years in litigation, the estate of Hank Williams is making a trove of more than 200 unique radio and concert performances by the late country music icon available for film, TV and advertising…
There may be bigger music libraries, but Sound Adventures is the only one that can boast of having the Vienna Boys Choir in its repertoire.
Inside the much-publicized 50th anniversary concert tour of the Rolling Stones, which is spurring a frenzied quest for information and access to the so-far limited dates, there's another band…
Weeks after his abrupt departure from Dangerbird Records, the prominent indie label he co-founded, Jeff Castelaz has been named president of Warner Music Group's Elektra Records.
The pressures of television scoring -- limited budgets, frenetic time frames and perpetually uncertain future schedules -- can frequently lead composers into some odd recording situations.
Josh Hamilton is set to star opposite Keri Russell in the thriller "Dark Skies."
With a 15-member supersized E Street Band at his disposal, Bruce Springsteen delivered an emotional wallop to go along with his 40-year repertoire of songs.
A third major label group has been drawn into the fray over digital royalties, as Sister Sledge and Ronee Blakely have sued Warner Music Group, alleging they were shortchanged on payments.